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Zimbabwe: Kaindu's Barbourfields Return: [The Herald] Traingle -Kelvin Kaindu cannot wait for his return to Ba...
drinking with triangle players at the lounge bar in bulawayokaindu Churchill with his family
same time last year with Kelvin Kaindu we were at number 4(correct me if I'm wrong). Manje lamxoshelani uKaindu!?
Its Mafu v Kaindu today who will win??? . Former Highlanders coach and now Triangle head coach Kelvin Kaindu...
Kaindu returns to Barbourfields FOLLOWING his abrupt exit from Highlanders last October, Zambian gaffer Kelvin Ka…
Kaindu to face Bosso at Barbourfields Kelvin Kaindu cannot wait for his return to Barbourfields to face his forme…
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Kelivin Kaindu must simply be retained as Highlanders Head Coach
Bongani Mafu a David Moyes By no stretch of imagination is former Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu an Alex Ferguso…
The way Highlanders fans hounded out Kelvin Kaindu was very unfair and unpleasant. I really think you deserve Bongani Mafu.
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Welldone Kelvin Kaindu. When the team losses, we call for the coaches head!. it is justifiable for us to take...
So the Doctor of Zimbabwe football Luke Masomere has lost all six matches against Moses Chunga's "sheep" Kelvin Kaindu
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Highlanders braced for player exodus A player exodus is looming at Highlanders that could force coach Kelvin Kaindu to seriously invade the transfer market next month. The biggest loss would be on-loan winger Kuda Mahachi who would be teaming up with his parent South African club Mamelodi Sundowns. Also certain to be leaving are Midfielder Peter Moyo who has already signed for Mpumalanga Black Aces while Milton Ncube is already on the books of Ajax Cape Town. The goalkeeping department is likely to be plunged into the biggest crisis as Ariel Sibanda is reported to be on his way to Chippa United while his colleague Munyaradzi Diya is believed to be following Moyo to Aces. This leaves Kaindu with only one experienced goalkeeper Njabulo Nyoni and would be in search of a reliable cover. “At the moment we are only certain that three guys are leaving but we cannot talk about who will be replacing the guys who will replace them. Of course they will be replaced,” Kaindu said. “They have to be replaced and w ...
Player of the week May 28, 2014 in Soccer, Sport AFTER the completion of Match Day Nine of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League on Monday, Highlanders attacking midfielder Charles Sibanda can simply lay claim to having settled well into the Bulawayo giants’ line-up. SPORTS REPORTER charles-sibanda Sibanda has seen duty at Hwange, won the league title with Motor Action in 2010 and was crowned Soccer Star of the Year and played in the Caf Champions League with FC Platinum in 2012 under Rahman Gumbo. On Sunday, the Entumbane-born star scored twice as Highlanders thumped Buffaloes 3-1 at Sakubva Stadium to reclaim pole position. His third crack at goal was diverted into the nets by Buffaloes defender Liberty Chakoroma. It has been a slow start for Sibanda at Bosso, mainly because of being overshadowed by poster boy and Mamelodi Sundowns-bound Kuda Mahachi. But he took advantage of Mahachi’s absence to show his coach Kelvin Kaindu what made him the best player in Zimbabwe in 2010. Mahachi will be leaving ...
Since yesterday Bosso is all over Manicaland province hunting for a woonded buffaloe.Kelvin Kaindu who is the cmndr of bosso me (chronicle) that"The animal fled from Triangle district viaChiredzi regardless of 5 shots all over its body " and it a very dangerous animal especially when woonded like this ,so my boy are armed to finish it by today " he added.sniper Milton Ncube comfirmed had found its footprints and biood drops at a certain bush near Mutare township & he is expected to finish it with one shot around 3:30 at Manicaland dam where the animal is expected to be drinking water at by that time.Wild and parks said Milito,Charles Sibanda ,Kutsanzira already ambushed the dam to kill the animal while drinking water with two shots if not three
From Highlanders fc page KAINDU TO MISS SUNDAY'S GAME AGAINST Caps United Highlanders head coach, Kelvin Kaindu is scheduled to leave for Zambia today enroute to the United Kingdom to attend his graduation ceremony after successfully passing his UEFA B coaching license. This is his last trip to the UK. Club Chairman, Peter Dube confirmed these developments. “He will definitely miss our next league match against Caps United at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday,” said Peter Dube His assistant Mark Mathe will be in charge. We would like to take this opportunity to heartily congratulate Kaindu on successfully completing his course. We wish him well.
Hie guyz i was quite for a long tym but m bek on air how are you doing everyone,thanks to Dembare for beating Kelvin Kaindu (Highlanders) bhora rotambwa muground not on media
Kelvin Kaindu yet to beat Calistos Pasuwa ever since he took over as head coach at Highlander.
Bob Final Build up: Dynamos vs Highlanders A tale of two coaches both fighting for different causes: Callisto Pasuwa will be fighting to keep his job after a week of intense speculation about his future with some of the club’s management allegedly wanting him out. Kelvin Kaindu is fighting to get rid of an unwanted record that continues to haunt him each time he meets Dynamos: To have never won against Dynamos since taking over at Highlanders Who will achieve his objective? hk
l love Highlanders Football Club(Zimbabwe) but l just hate KELVIN KAINDU the COACH.I dont know why he was hired to coach there all the way from ZAMBIA.Abasekho yini oCoach koBulawayo?ls Tito Paketh not able to coach or Tobias Mudyambanje?What is it that they saw kuKaindu?He was an assistant coach in his own country and now a headcoach in Zimbabwe.He has failed to beat Dynamos on several occasions and has failed to win the championship twice.Mina vele angimthandi shame.Today iDynamos iyamphinda.
Bob 90 Super Cup Impact players HIGHLANDERS Kudakwashe Mahachi - Nkembe as he is affectionately known is expected to have a significant say on who wins today's high profile match. Mahachi is expected to operate from the left and his combination with Bruce kangwa on the left is likely to have a huge bearing on how the match turns out. The gifted left winger is expected to crack Dynamos resolute defence through skill, pace and precision. Kelvin Kaindu will be banking on the ginger haired maestro to dictate the pace early on and ensure Highlanders break the 8 year jinx Milton Ncube - This could be Bosso's secret weapon. Even Pasuwa himself will find it difficult to plot against Milton as his exact position at Highlanders is undifined. The utility player can play anywhere and Kaindu should be banking on his unpredictability for a win today. Milton is a fantastic ball winner, he has the speed, he can score. Kaindu is likely to give him a roving free role which might prove critical as the game progress. DYNAMOS ...
TO *** WITH STATES - KAINDU. HIGHLANDERS coach Kelvin Kaindu concedes that figures don’t lie but he refuses to...
KAINDU CONFIDENT. HIGHLANDERS head coach Kelvin Kaindu says the club is confident of players that it has acquired...
BURUNDI striker Habbas Jim trained with. Highlanders yesterday with coach Kelvin. Kaindu saying they were assessing...
"Mahachi trained with us and his level of commitment as well as his determination is awesome. Its great to have a player like him in your squad and we intend to get the best out of him during his stay. I'm sure he can add value to the club during his short stinct" The special one, Kelvin Kaindu speaking to ChronicleSport after completing the signing of Kuda Mahachi on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns FC.
All in order: Dube HIGHLANDERS coach Kelvin Kaindu is expected in the country in early February to take over preparations for the 2014 Premier Soccer League season, club chairman Peter Dube has said. SUKOLUHLE MTHETHWA SPORTS REPORTER Bosso started their pre-season training last Monday, but have been without head coach Kaindu who is in Zambia attending a Caf A coaching course. “Kaindu is scheduled to join us in the first week of February, but I don’t have the dates because it will all depend on his flights as he will also go to the United Kingdom for a coaching course. “We are happy with what has been going on during his absence. We will have confidence if our system doesn’t collapse in his absence. When companies send their employees to courses there will be gaps. But we know that in the long run we will benefit. We had to put our heads together to come up with that decision,” he said. Dube said they were gearing up well for the season and the new players would help the team perform better. “ ...
IN THE NEWS TODAY * CHIEFS RECALLING ZVASIYA South African giants Kaizer Chiefs will recall Zimbabwe international defender Lincoln Zvasiya from his loan spell in Greece as they prepare for the Caf Champions League. The former FC Platinum defender has two years left on his contract, and has spent the season at OFI Crete in the Greek top flight. “Lincoln is a top player that we still need as we continue to beef up our squad and seek glory in the domestic league and on the continent,” said Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter. “We looked at the team and thought it would be best for him to gain more international experience in Europe, but we will be definitely recalling him to come and beef us up as we want a strong team for the Africa’s international Safari. He remains one of our best defenders.” * PLATINUM EYES KAINDU FC PLATINUM head coach Lloyd Mutasa is set for the exit with the club now targeting Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu who has refused to sign a contract with the Mbada Diamonds Cup winners. Sou ...
•DOWN TO SERIOUS BUSINESS The man, they call "The Man of God",Bosso coach Kelvin Kaindu is a man who believes in resting during the off season, is a man on a mission. `Sunday - 11hrs flight from UK `Monday - 5hr wait at OR Tambo for connecting flight to Lusaka. `Monday - 2hr flight to Lusaka `Tuesday - 11hr bus ride to Bulawayo `Wednesday - 1500hrs takes charge of training. Upon landing in the City of Kings (1330hrs), met at the bus by a friend carrying his training kit and off to the fields for training which kicks off at 3pm! This afternoon, he will be re-connecting with his family, the Bosso team, taking them through their paces in preparation for Saturday's crucial match against Harare City in the Mbada Semi Final, to be played in Zvishavane. We welcome back the now highly qualified coach and wish him luck for the semi final match. # BOSSO WE BELIEVE
Highlanders’ assistant coach Bekithemba Ndlovu, who is leading his team’s preparations for their next away match to Motor Action in the absence of Kelvin Kaindu who is in England attending a Uefa B Licence coaching course, believes the championship race is wide open. Ndlovu, a championship winner whose club is a point behind Dynamos, said “anything can happen” in the last four games. “In as far as the championship competition is concerned there is no clear favourite. A lot can change with each passing week because all the title chasing teams along the way face opponents who are either not safe from relegation or those that are playing for pride like Motor Action. “Look at us, last week we were on top of the log and now we are third trailing the log leaders by a point and we are not losing sleep over that. We are going to take each game as it comes and avoid thinking about other teams’ results. We might not be in control of our championship drive but we certainly cannot be ruled out,” said ...
Kikikikikikikiki -Meanwhile, a sombre atmosphere engulfed Barbourfields Stadium soon after the referee blew his final whistle with a majority Highlanders supporters remaining rooted on the terraces for close to an hour as they came to terms with the stark reality that the championship race could now be all for Dynamos to lose. Highlanders chairman Peter Dube stood in one place unable to move but just starring at the pitch like many of his disgusted club supporters. It also dawned on them, painfully though that they would have to wait for another year to beat Dynamos and head coach Kelvin Kaindu has so far joined the likes of Rueben Tsengwa, Madinda Ndlovu, Egyptian national Mohammed Fathi and Mkhuphali Masuku all coaches who have failed to beat the Harare giants, who are now back in the driving seat on the log standings. Bosso last beat DeMbare when Methembe Ndlovu’s team got the better of their bitter rivals 2-0 at home and 1-0 away. One could almost hear a needle drop as Bosso supporters were stunned ...
"In any other club, Kaindu would have been fired but because the entire executive is fully behind him and knows that its only a bad spell, he remains and all measures are being put in place to make sure he renews his contract with us." Says Jerry Sibanda, Highlanders treasurer Let's debate; If you were any other club, would you have fired Kelvin Kaindu? be easy on the debate
PLAYERS OWED THOUSANDS In a very disappointing and sad report, it is alleged Bosso management not only cut the players winning bonuses by half but also owe the players bonuses for 6 matches, dating back to last year and some are owed signing on fees, dating back to 2009. The report goes on to say, the boys are at their lowest, interms of morale and could be the cause for the recent poor results. Bosso players are said to have been earning $300/R3 000 winning bonuses per match and has been slashed in half and is still proving elusive. The amount makes Bosso one of the highly paying teams in the league and is rumoured to be possibly the highest in bonuses. "While it is four games this year, we are actually owed for six games, two this year and everyone is wondering, when the club will pay our dues, even if they are slashed" said one senior player He went on to say; "The only thing that has been keeping us on, is the zzeal to play for our coach, Kelvin Kaindu. He has been talking to us and urging us to hang ...
Bosso seek fresh talent HIGHLANDERS want to reinforce the team in the second transfer-window which opened yesterday for soccer clubs in the country. Bosso, despite losing two consecutive games in the Castle Lager, are still at the top of the log standings and hope to overcome their mid-season slump. In separate interviews yesterday, the club’s chairman Peter Dube and coach Kelvin Kaindu seemed to sing the same hymn saying they were working together to inject new blood into the Highlanders squad. The Bulawayo giants need urgent solutions to keep their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League campaign on track as their performance of late has been far from convincing losing three consecutive matches. They lost two league matches 0-1 to Chicken Inn at home and 2-1 against Caps United in Harare and at the weekend were knocked out of the BancABC Sup8r competition by FC Platinum. Bosso have already lost to Motor Action and How Mine in Bulawayo in the league race also in the opening 15 matches of the championship. I ...
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‘Sup8r Cup crucial to Highlanders’ BULAWAYO soccer giants Highlanders want to end their cup drought by lifting the BancABC Sup8r Cup. Bosso however, have a tricky BancABC Sup8r Cup quarter-final as they take on FC Platinum at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo on Saturday. The match which will be broadcast live on Supersport kicks off at 12:30pm. Kelvin Kaindu, the Highlanders coach said they need the trophy more than any other club and that hunger for success was a motivating factor for the club whose trophy cabinet has gathered dust. Its one of a few trophies contested for since 1980 that the club has never won. Having seen his team lose 2-3 in the Mbada Diamonds Cup quarter-final to Monomotapa in Hwange last season, the Zambian expatriate is confident that Bosso will cruise past their opponents. “The truth is Highlanders need this trophy more than any other team and that is what is driving the team. It has been a while since the club won a major competition and playing second fiddle is not good at all. ...
WE SAID IT When we first alerted the fans that the media and some Bosso powers were working together to taint Kaindu, inorder to frustrate him and fire him, we were deemed liars. Toda the media is reporting that Kaindu blamed Munya Diya for the defeat to Caps, what a bull load of lies by DeMbare Dotcoms and all the journalists who write for it and all Harare media alike. We know you all expecting Kelvin Kaindu to be shown the door at tomorrow's meeting. Truth is whether he goes or not, this is a man, who ressurected a team that was dead for over 4years, and made stars out of average players and we all know where he will be next season, its so sad, the man has given his best for the team only to be insulted. True Bosso fans will never forget him. His Assistant Tembo Chuma, also rubbisehs the report, he says,"Kaindu is a professional, please stop painting him." If indeed he leaves Bosso tomorrow or any other day, we know 100% he is not lost to Zim football and remains the pro that he is. King Kaindu
Milton Ncube solitary strike condemns Hwange _ HIGHLANDERS scrapped an important away victory to collect maximum points from Hwange and opened a four-point lead at top of the Castle Lager Premiership log standings after a match played at the Colliery. REPORT FROM FORTUNE MBELE IN HWANGE news daily * Milton Ncube weighed in with the solitary goal a minute before half time in the match that was delayed by 30 minutes as visiting Highlanders had no reserve kit with their black shorts clashing with Chipangano’s. Former Hwange player Alick Nyoni came to Highlanders’ rescue and lent them red shorts from his Hwange Veterans, a social club in the coal-mining town. Bosso have maintained their stranglehold at the apex of the log-standings with 29 points and coach Kelvin Kaindu was happy with the three points away from home. “I am happy we picked up maximum points going into the break, but we keep on committing too many fouls and we have to work on that,” Kaindu said. His counterpart Nation Dube was disappoin ...
Your page under attack A senior journalist (name available) has reportedly attacked this page for exposing the pending (or planned) firing of Kelvin Kaindu. The journalist is believed to be pushing for KK's exit which this page exclusively revealed last night is set to be the top agenda at tonight's executive meeting. Meanwhile, we urge Kaindu to remain calm and not be distracted from his duties. Ee will keep you posted...
Match Summary Highlanders 1 (Chikaka) How Mine 2 Kelvin Kaindu will have to own up and take full blame for today’s defeat to new boys How Mine. The Highlanders coach tinkered with the starting eleven yet again and made three somewhat surprising changes to the team that drew with FC Platinum last week at Mandava. Munawa, Cleopas and Peter Rio all came into the team. If the changes were meant to be a surprise strategy by the coach, they back fired horribly! The midfield of Hillary, Milton, Rio and Mambare was poor; there was no craft, no guile and no pace. Benching Mthulisi was our major undoing this afternoon. The start to the game was promising and we were stringing neat passes together, we had How Mine under the cosh. The first 20 minutes was our best spell of the game. Unfortunately it ended there. We scored with our first real chance of the game when Rio was alert to a through ball and wriggled his way past Brighton Dube before expertly bringing in a sumptuous cross with the outside of his right foot ...
The man who nearly took the league with Bulawayo giants last year Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu is said to have been given an ultimatum of winning his first 3 leagues games or else shown the exit door. It is also understood that Bosso players are playing a plot to ouster him. The Highlanders legends who are behind all this, favours Rahman Gumbo assisted by Willard Khumalo. This came after his team dismally lost to Dynamos in the Bob 89 cup final.
BULAWAYO giants Highlanders dropped five players from their 2012 list as they managed to beat the Premier Soccer League registration deadline yesterday. Making way was former Black Mambas defender Atlast Musasa, former junior player Arnold Ndiweni and Tapuwa Kapini’s younger brother Takunda Sadiki as well as youngsters, Status Nsingo and Lewis “Rambo” Ncube. Coming in was former striker Njabulo Ncube, midfielder Hillary Madzivanyika who were with Botswana’s Botswana Meat Commission as well as Douglas Sibanda who destroyed Highlanders in their 1-2 loss to Gwanda Ramblers two weeks back. Replacing Ncube and Nsingo were Lucky Nyoni and dribbling wizard Chidzani Malaba. Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu however was not at liberty to release his final list nor to confirm the dropped and new players that he has taken aboard. “I think my squad is ready now but just call me tomorrow (today) morning I will give you the names as I want to confirm with the office a few things first,” said Kaindu. However, ...
We can confirm that Kelvin Kaindu signed 5 players today! We welcome our new GALAXY of STARS, in advance. Names to follow... Comments bellow.
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A BADLY-shaken Highlanders coach, Kelvin Kaindu, believes his players need to exorcise the mental ghost that seems to stalk them whenever they play against their old foes Dynamos whom they are yet to beat in the last seven years. The Bulawayo giants were mauled 4-0 by the 2012 Castle Lager Premiership champions in the second leg of the Bob 89 Super Cup final played at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday for a 6-1 aggregate loss that left them waiting for another meeting to register a win against the Glamour Boys. Despite starting the match at a blistering pace on Sunday, Bosso still found themselves two goals down inside 10 minutes and facing an almost impossible task of scoring five goals past Dynamos goalkeeper Artwel Mukandi for them to lift the trophy and the $100 000 purse that goes with it. It was always going to be difficult especially given the calibre of some players in the black and white army who clearly lack the pride associated with donning the Highlanders kit. Evidently few players were giving it their ...
Kelvin Kaindu (Highlanders) “Dynamos got their two chances and they scored, but we dominated the game. This is the first time that I am going to talk about the referee. Some of his decisions were not fair to us. I am confident that we can go and turn the tables in Harare.”
» Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu declared that his side will throw caution out of the window and go all out for a morale-boosting victory over DeMbare who beat them to the league title by the slimmest of margins last season. “It is very important that we win tomorrow (today) as this will psychologically help us a lot ahead of the resumption of league action. Financially, the tournament comes with a good pay cheque so it’s also important to win as the money involved will surely he'll us . . . “We are also cognisant of the fact that we will be doing some charity work but, as has always been the case when these two sides meet, it will really be a gruelling contest. “Dynamos are a very good side, the most successful team in Zimbabwean football and we have a lot of respect for them so we will not be leaving anything to chance. “We are starting the season with the same squad we had last season and this will play to our advantage,” said the Bosso coach. The Bosso coach also revealed that reliable d ...
Kelvin Kaindu says he has trust in the players who were part of the 2012 compaign. KK as he his affectionately known said Bosso are not conducting any trials to aquire new players because he sees no problem with the crop of last year. Sometime last year Kaindu said he was preparing a team for 2013. Let's wait and see what this team is made up of.
THE decision by the Highlanders Football Club executive to delay announcing their full technical bench for the senior and junior teams might haunt the Bulawayo giants later in the season and even the future. Highlanders’ first team assistant coach Bekithemba Ndlovu, goalkeepers’ trainer Tembo Chuma and welfare manager Amin Soma-Phiri were on one-year contracts so did the juniors teams coaches, which expired last year and were not renewed. Daniel Ngwenya, the Under-14 coach, Gift Lunga Jnr, the Under-16 coach, Siphatho Ncube for the Under-18 and developmental side gaffer Mark Mathe as well as juniors’ manager Smart Moyo are all jobless at the moment. The challenges of operating with a lone technical man were evidently clear before and during the match against South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns which was played at Barbourfields Stadium on Wednesday that saw Highlanders losing for the first time at Emagumeni in a long time. Zambian coach Kelvin Kaindu, the only member of the technical team who sig ...
Bosso's Kaindu gets further cap from Caf, Cosafa HIGHLANDERS FC coach Kelvin Kaindu could not attend his team's end of year awards ceremony and the Castle Lager Premiership banquet last year as he was part of the Confederation of African Football (Caf) and Cosafa technical team at last month's regional boys and girls' soccer tournament in Zambia. The Bosso coach described the experience as eye-opening, saying he learnt a lot from the exposure after being identified along another Zambian coaching in Zimbabwe, Tennant Chilumba by the Football Association of Zambia to be part of the technical analysis team. "I was among Zambian coaches identified by our football association to be part of the technical team for Caf and Cosafa. We were seven of us and we worked with senior coaches like Patrick Phiri and Wesley Moondo both of whom have had stints with the Zambia senior national team. "To have been recommended by FAZ was an honour. It was enriching to serve football in that capacity. There is so much we learnt f ...
Zambian duo for Bosso HIGHLANDERS FC are likely to add two Zambians Ignatius Lwipa and Trinity Chalanshi to their 2013 Castle Lager Premiership campaign squad. Both the coach Kelvin Kaindu and club chairman Peter Dube confirmed the developments. The duo plays for former Zambian champions Zanaco for whom Kelvin Kaindu played and is keen to rekindle their relationship. They are among a number of players from across the Zambezi River who have shown interest in playing for the Bulawayo giants. “Quite a number of Zambian players want to work with me because I have previously worked with them in Zambia where I was assistant coach at Zanaco. “I have advised the executive and they are working on the logistics. Chances are high we might have one or two players from Zambia this season,” said Kaindu. Lwipa has been capped at Under-23 and senior national team level. He plays as a striker and is rated among the most consistent in the Zambian league in the last five years. Kaindu described him as a complete playe ...
KAINDU MOURNS ADAMSKI HIGHLANDERS coach Kelvin Kaindu says Zimbabwe has lost a good coach in Adam Ndlovu. The legendary Warriors striker passed away on Sunday morning following a horrific accident that injured his younger brother Peter. Peter is now in a stable condition. He sustained head injuries, broken ribs and legs, but is expected to attend Adam’s burial on Saturday. The accident claimed the life of a 24-year-old woman Nomqhele Tshili. Kaindu spoke to NewsDay Sport yesterday from Zambia and said he was saddened by the death of Adam. “It came as a shock to hear that Adam and Peter had been involved in an accident which resulted in the death of Adam. He is among the former Highlanders players that accepted me when I came to Highlanders. The nation has lost an asset and no one will replace him. “He was one coach whom I could sit down with to discuss football matters anytime. There is a possibility that I might attend the burial. I should be leaving Zambia on Friday (tomorrow),” said the Highlan ...
Kelvin Kaindu, Masimba Mambare and Ariel Sibanda to us you are the best guys, week in week out we all saw what you did for the team to finish where it is. Well done guys including the other two finalists Mthulisi Maphosa and Captain Inno we are proud of you guys in addition to the whole Bosso team, the technical team, the executive and the supporters, sithi Bravo, bengaze bayizonde AYISOZE IBULAWE. IT SHALL FOREVER BE WELL
Shabanie Mine .…0 Highlanders .… (1) 2 BOSSOLONA are simply unstoppable! The Bulawayo giants underlined their status as the Castle Lager Premiership team of the moment when they secured their first win at Maglas since 2001 with adeserved victory yesterday. While they may have dominated their meetings against Shabanie at Barbourfields, Highlanders had not beaten the asbestos miners at Maglas since the asbestos miners won promotion into the Premiership 11 years ago. But Zambian coach Kelvin Kaindu yesterday achieved what he failed to do as a player with Bosso — beating Shabanie at Maglas — and crucially Highlanders’ victory saw them increase their lead at the top of the table as old enemies and closet rivals Dynamos dropped two points when being held to a goallessdraw by Motor Action at Rufaro. A goal each by striker Milton Ncube and midfielder Graham Ncube helped Bosso maintain their unbeaten start to the season. They are the only team still unbeaten in the league, having won seven and drawn once ...
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